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Book Release: “Arctic Traces: Nature and Culture in Motion”

Nordiska Muséet, Sweden’s largest museum on cultural history, organized a digital book release of the multidisciplinary anthology titled “Arctic Traces: Nature and Culture in Motion”…

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Call For Abstracts: Arctic Science Summit Week 2021

Abstract submission is open until 30 November.   Call for abstracts: Submit your abstract here:   Nordforsk will be hosting a joint scientific session at the Arctic…

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REXSAC Scientific Director Ninis Rosqvist on Radio Sweden

Reindeer husbandry is an industry that is vulnerable to the negative effects of climate change. In an interview with Radio Sweden Niila Inga, a Swedish reindeer herder in…

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Opinion Piece in Klassekampen: Grønt skifte – kolonisering på Norsk

REXSAC researchers Marianne E. Lien and Gro Birgit Ween have published an op-ed in the Norwegian newspaper Klassekampen about a planned expansion of a quartz quarry in Austertana, Finnmark.   Title: Grønt…

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Carl Österlin’s PhD Defense

Title: Nature conservation, landscape change and indigenous rights: The role of Sámi reindeer herding for environmental objectives in the Swedish mountain landscape. Thesis: Access thesis here. Defense date: Friday…

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Meet REXSAC PhD students: Christian Fohringer

Discover the ninth episode of our Q&A series with REXSAC PhD students. This time meet Christian Fohringer, a PhD student at the Department of Wildlife, Fish and Environmental…

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